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back here next weekend. let us know what you think of the show. cnn.com/sanjay. also follow me on twitter at dr.sanjaygupta. your top stories are up next in the cnn "newsroom." >>> hello, everybody, thank you so much for joining us, i'm don lemon in the cnn "newsroom." fr france's military is carrying out operations in africa. more than 100 people have been killed by french air strikes in northern mal i. france came to the aid of government in its fight. mean time in somalia, two french soldiers were killed in an attempt to free a french intelligence agent who may also have died in the raid. >>> syrian activists say government air forces are back in action, and pounding the outskirts of damascus. a week of bad weather grounded most planes. the rebels are claiming victory in the fight for an air base in the north. fighters say they seized weapons and ammunition after the battle. activists say 108 people were killed today in the civil war. >>> internet trail blazer aaron schwartz has passed away. a relative says schwartz committed suicide. he was only 26 years old. schwartz was i
life. >> reporter: elizabeth cohen, cnn, ft. worth, texas. >> thanks for watching, everyone. "cnn newsroom" continues now with martin savidge. you can pick it up from here. >> thanks very much. >> sure. >>> 12:00 p.m. on the east coast, 9:00 a.m. on the west coast. i'm martin savidge in for fredricka whitfield. if you are just tuning in, thank you very much for joining us. these are the top stories we're following right now in the "cnn newsroom." it could be one of the most shocking admissions in sports history. "usa today" is reporting that lance armstrong will admit to doping in an upcoming interview with oprah. we're following that story. >> i said it for seven years. i've said it for longer than seven years. i have never doped. i can say it again. but i've said it for seven years. it doesn't help. >> reporter: help may be something lance armstrong will need a lot of to redeem his reputation after "usa today" reports armstrong will admit to doping throughout his career. the newspaper does not name their source but says it's a person with knowledge of the situation. "usa today"
greg gage this sunday on the "next list." >>> welcome back to "cnn saturday morning." have you heard about this new portrait or seen the new portrait o." >>>. >>> welcome back to "cnn saturday morning." have you heard about this newport rat or even seen the newport rat of kate middleton? take a look here. the painting by paul emsley was unveiled at the national port rate gallery. what do you think? >> i think it makes her a litlo little old. >> she has this like great energy about her and this beautiful smile. >> yeah. >> and in the picture her lips are kind of -- they're tight. they're together. her mouth is clenched. you said she looks old. there's a little bit of silver in her hair. >> yeah. >> it just doesn't even look like her. >> i think what this artist misses is the light, the light that when you see her with people and you see her at these sporting events and with the royal family, she has this light. >> yeah. >> and you can pick -- oh, that's kate middleton. but she looks really, really tired. but this artist, paul emsley, has a photographic style. this misses it. >> i saw
affleck told inaccurate. chris lawrence, cnn, washington. >>> thank you, see you back here in an hour, here is wolf. >>> i'm wolf blitzer in washington. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world to a special edition of "the situation room." for the next hour i'll take you behind the scenes to my extraordinary trip to egypt. to see if democracy is taking hold or being threatened. i had some very tough questions for egypt's new president. stand by for morning exclusive reporting. >>> i have covered the middle east for decades, but learned a lot during my trip to egypt, i saw firsthand how one of the united states's most important friends in the middle east is struggling after its revolution two years ago. i spent more than an hour talking exclusively with the egyptian president, mohamed morsi. he welcomed me to his presidential palace in cairo. and i toured the city's famous tahrir square, where the arab spring demonstrations changed the course of history. i stood in tahrir square days ago, the symbol of the revolution was largely deserted. it looked very
in the "cnn newsroom." how about good news? we've got some. we'll start with that regarding the flu. despite warnings we are facing an em ep dymmek, the situation may be starting to improve. the cdc is releasing new numbers that show high numbers at least declining in parts of the country. but it is still it, under line this still a very dangerous situation with widespread activity now reported in 48 states. the cdc's latest count shows 20 children have died across the country. we'll have a live report. >>> moving on, it could be one of the most shocking admissions in sports history. "usa today" reporting that cycling superstar lance armstrong will admit to doping in an upcoming interview with oprah winfrey. >> the evidence came out against him, a massive file of evidence came out against him in october. and then in the three months since then, he's been keeping a pretty low profile. and i think he's been deciding what to do about it. he's kind of cornered himself because for many years now, he's strenuously denied these doping allegations and with all the evidence that's come out against hi
and twitter, cnnbottomline. i'm christine romans. "cnn saturday morning" continues right now. >>> it could be the most stunning confession in cycling history. the real reason lance armstrong is sitting down with oprah. >>> what will the white house decide when it comes to gun control? all morning long we'll put the proposals and pushback in focus. >>> they're the men behind "chicago," "hairspray," and now hollywood's biggest night. our exclusive interview with the producers of the oscars. >>> good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 a.m. on the west. glad you're with us. we begin with lance armstrong and the expected big admission. the "usa today" reports that armstrong will sit down with oprah on monday and spill the beans. he's expected to admit that he used performance enhancing drugs. joining me now is dave shields, author of "the tour." a back about competitive cycling and be the tour de france. dave, good morning. so i guess the question is, what does he have to gain by adm admitting this now if he goes ahead with it? >> i think that probably he's -
that's all over cnn and the cable as you look at deploying your forces? >> i'll take that one again. and i'll go back to my experience during the gulf oil spill. and we lost public trust very early on because we would quote numbers and then the numbers would change and then the more they changed, and if you're the speaking head, you lose public trust. in that event we had a great wealth of scientific support that brought in to give you situational awareness. and my requirement as the on scene commander is how do i get this into the social media? and, so, in this case noaa had a product called the emergency management response application which was very nascent. i told dp, i need everything to get this live within 72 hours. they came up with $200 million and it went live. if i had to bid that through, you know, through our channels, i might see it five years from today. but now we've run the slide. and on the first day that irma was in social media, we had 250,000 hits. on the second day it was over 3 million. and people could actually navigate through this tool. and what i was sayin
. >>> a whole lot more ahead on c cnn's "saturday morning," which starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. 8:00 here on the east coast. thank you for starting your day with us. >>> we start with the lance armstrong bombshell, usa today reporting that he will admit to doping monday in an interview with oprah. >> oprah will go to armstrong's home in texas to get the details. he has denied using drugs in the past. so his admission could have serious consequences. this morning i spoke with the man who broke the story, brent strattenborg. >> he's supposed to make this admission monday when the show tapes. oprah winfrey is coming to his home in austin, texas, taping an interview monday. and that is supposed to air next thursday a's to why is he doing this now, the evidence came out against him, a massive file of evidence came out against him in october. in the three months since then, he has been keeping a pretty low profile. and i think he has been deciding what to do about it. he has kind of cornered himself, because for manyiers now, he strenuously de
not be an mgm trademark. he's already made his mark, and he's only 3. jeanne moos, cnn. >> the most friendliest laba lion you're ever going to find. >> new york. >> that's it for me. i'm martin savage. remember, you can see me on facebook all the time. cnn "newsroom" continues at the top of the hour, but first the latest on the flu epidemic. what you need to know and how to protect your family. sanjay gupta, md, starts right now. >>> hello, and thanks for joining us today. i'm going to bust one of the biggest myths about the flu. and hopefully teach you how to protect your family from this epidemic. >>> also, the legendary surgeon who has worked on more top athletes than just about anyone. he just operate on the redskins' quarterback, rg3. he'll be joining us. and a fitness dilemma. why you don't want to watch your weight too closely. we'll explain. ♪ >>> by now you've heard, it's the worst flu season in years. emergency rooms in plane mayses are overflowing. at least 20 children have died. among them, a young man named max from texas. take a look at his picture. his mom said he went from bei
for amateurs to stay safe. >>> we've got a packed afternoon ahead of us in the "cnn newsroom." dr. sanjay gupta will tell you and myself how to keep our families protected against the flu epidemic. we've got the scoop on tomorrow's golden globe awards. and we'll give you the inside track on how hillary clinton is doing now that she's back at work after a blood clot. and what's really going on behind the scenes of the gop as president obama prepares for his second inauguration. those stories and much more ahead. next, ali velshi explains why we still don't have a budget and how our elected officials have bungled a basic business process most of us handle with ease. a must see. "your money" starts right now. jo america's road to economic recovery is wide open, right in front of us, if our elected officials don't put major blocks in your way. i'm ali velshi. debt ceilings, budgets and spending cuts are all you'll hear coming out of washington for the next few months. the partisan warfare in washington could put a dent in any recovery. the threat is real. the next battle will be another clash over
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. he has prepared several options. >> "the new york times" and cnn have reported that those options were present td. allen presented three levels, the pentagon offered three alternatives and the white house deputy adviser commented on the number saying the number could possibly be zero. what more recommendations is the president waiting for? >> you will notice on that full screen we saw that john allen is talking about numbers in the range of 6 to 20,000. where as the president is talking about numberses from 3,000 to 9,000. that's a big, big gap. that translates into a really big difrpts in tference we have forced posture in afghanistan. that translates into having troops on two different bases and those bases are liable to be very far away from the province in eastern afghanistan. the whole presence is that we are going to help the afghan forces be able to stand up and do the fighting and prevent a taliban takeover. if we are not embedded, we are going to see a big flare-up of civil war. that might be what we have to do. maybe it is too expensive for us to be there. i don't think
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lobbyist. will cain is a cnn contributor. do you think it will be concrete action? i know no one's mind was changed there. but is it the beginning of something different this time? >> well, clearly, the horrific events in newtown were a game changer. what concrete changes in the law are going to be really remains to be seen. as to the firearm industry, which i represented during the 1990s, regardless of anything that occurs in legislation, certainly the companies on the big boards, smith & wesson and ru ruger, they're going to be manufacturing. orders are back ordered for probably a year or more. even if a couple of guns ended up being on a ban list, that's not going to have any impact on the bottom line of those companies. >> you know, will, americans support some kind of action on gun violence. 47% favor major restrictions, 43% favor minor restrictions. banning the sale of high capacity ammunition magazines, requiring background checks at gun shows. how can we talk about this, though? it nearly goes back to they're trying to take away our guns, from the patriotism from the second amen
another hour coming up on "cnn saturday morning" starts right now. >> good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell, thanks for starting your day with us. >>> and we start with lance armstrong in a new report saying he's going to come clean about taking drugs "usa today" reports he'll admit to it in an interview on monday. >> armstrong has vehemently denied using performance-enha e performance-enhancing drugs during his career and has sued people who said he did. he's already been stripped of seven tour de france titles. why come clean now? well, last hour i spoke with "usa today's" brent schottenboer. >> why is he doing this now? the evidence came out against him in october, and in the three months since then, he's been keeping a pretty low profile. and i think he's been deciding what to do about it. he's kind of cornered himself because for many years now he strenuously denied these doping allegations. and with all the evidence that's come out against him, it's hard to deny it anymore. and he's making a calculated decision for himself personally it's also, i think,
of the bus, case closed. and this morning on cnn the chairman or chair of the gun appreciation day suggested slavery wouldn't have occurred if guns had been available to everyone in america at the time. let's listen to this malarkey. >> i think martin luther king would agree with me if he were alive today that if african-americans had been given the right to keep and bear arms from day one of the country's founding, perhaps slavery might not have been a chapter in our history. >> what a dumb, dumb nut. joy, you got to start on this. this is not only a nut, but a dumb nut. slaves didn't come to america as citizens. they came in shackles -- >> as property. >> -- in the bottom of a ship somewhere. they're lucky to be alive if they got here. the idea they would be armed by anyone -- you take it on. he's obviously patronizing, trying to act like he cares about the fate of black people. some sort of number he's playing here. who would believe this malarkey? >> and, chris, why is it every time the far right decides to make an argument that is insane, they jump on the civil rights movement or slaver
to react to what they're seeing on cnn. so, how do you get in front of that news cycle? and the only way you can do that as tip o'neill said, all things in politics are local and i think we heard from vice admiral nathan that i think all responses are local as well. and, so, we really need to start most importantly at the local level, at those planning levels, because the first shot of any campaign, the plan will change, but the partnerships need to remain constant. >> and, general baldwin, we heard from colonel span owe about now your three hats of authority, your state hat, your federal hat, and now your dual status hat. but if you could talk about the partnerships and relationships and how that plays into your ability to respond under -- wearing each one of those hats? >> sure. first i'll begin with just a little bit more background on the national guard. the national guard is unique amongst the components of the army and air force in that in addition to our war fighting mission, we have provided support to civil authorities as a core task. that's why we exist as a unique component. i
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to cnn and i feel like it's a good exercise if you walk at a reasonable pace. is that enough to be fit? >> it's the perfect amount. >> i am a perfect physical specimen. >> i have your lab studies here. don't look at it yet. we will get to these. >> after a two-wing break. these are not going to be good. british beer and the turkey and the rum. it's going to be ghastly. >> i have seen the tests. you are mr. america in many ways. despite your british accent. physical activity when you look around the world, places where people live a long time, it's not about going to the gym every day and doing a two-hour work out. it's about 30 minutes of activity that gets your heart rate up a little bit. you climb to the top of the hill and pick up a bucket and come back down. walking to work is the smartest thing. you don't have to do a work out at the end of the day. people who have jobs walk the steps or go to somewhere else to have lunch. at home with the kids, park further from the mall. these are simple things you automate into your life. >> a lot of these are about like chris christie may well
on cnn. >> the law requires the release of this information and it's more important to follow our laws that it gives access to information to what our government is doing than to say that we're not going to allow the american people know what the government is doing because it will upset the terrorists. we should follow the law and blame the terrorist it is they do anything inappropriate. but we should not throw out the laws because the terrorists don't like the result as soon. >> cenk: i can't believe i'm going to say i agree. three panel judges were asked they said they have not decided but it doesn't look good on initial looking into the case. quote they're telling us it is a risk that americans will die if we release these documents. when the government tells us that this is likely to lead to death, shouldn't we defer to that even more when they say that it will result in the release of secret information? no you're a judge. your job is not to defer to the executive branch, if they say so, it must be true. this is how they're keeping so many people secret from people they're suppos
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to justice. matthew chance, cnn, london. >>> now to a story out front. it's been nearly a year since the "costa concordia" ran aground. later this month the captain could be indicted for his role in the chaos. nothing has happened as of yet. the other question is, have industry wide standards gotten better. miguel marquez is out front with that story. >> reporter: a world turned upside down. a luxury cruise liner strikes a massive rock. it shudders to a stop. begins listing heavily, then starts to sink. >> the fear was -- basically it was terrifying to a point because especially with really terrified is how -- when panic started. >> they and their two daughters were among the 4200 passengers and crew aboard the osta concordia." 32 people died that night. the annani family waiting over five hours for rescue said their good-byes thinking they would perrish. one investigation found the captain francesco schettino failed to take action. >> reporter: while changes to procedure and technology have been made to the cruise line and across the industry, some say it's not enough. industry watc
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. good night. [ applause ] >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is early start weekend. it could be the most stunning confession in cycling history. the real reason lance armstrong is sitting down with oprah. >>> what will be the white house decide when it comes to gun control? all morning we'll put the proposals and the pushback in focus. >>> have you seen the inside of a coffee cup after the coffee's gone? who wants to carry that around and take it back to the store and, fill me up, johnny. nobody wants to use that again. >> remember last week? why victor's going to eat those words about starbucks' latest venture. >>> it is saturday, january 12th, good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. >> i stand behind those words. >> you might not want to. you'll find out why. >> good rng mo, everyone, i'm victor blackwell, that's one take on armstrong's motivation, here is another. >>> this weekend, we're going to talk about lance armstrong and the possibility that he is sitting down with oprah winfrey to talk about cycling and his future in cycling and possibly doping. last week
, but one thing that's gotten a lot of attention is something that you said yesterday on cnn. i want to play that for everybody. >> i think martin luther king would agree with me if he were alive today that if african-americans had been given the right to keep and bear arms from day one of the country's founding perhaps slavery might not have been a chapter in our history. >> there are people that are very heated about that comment. >> true. >> is there any -- the substance behind that, the american civil war, we know that the north defeated the south mainly because of african-american enlistment. do you want to rephrase what you were trying to say there or try to clarify the point you were trying to make. >> i'll tell you what. i'll give you a promo here, too. i'm going to be on the reverend al sharpton show on monday and i'll address that then. you know, that was an incomplete thought. i had three or four more points that were going follow on to that and quite frankly i didn't have time before we got cut off, but i'm going to fully address it on monday. >> all right. so you will meet with
, case closed. and this morning on cnn the chairman or chair of the gun appreciation day suggested slavery wouldn't have occurred if guns had been available to everyone in america at the time. let's listen to this malarkey. >> i think martin luther king would agree with me if he were alive today that if african-americans had been given the right to keep and bear arms from day one of the country's founding, perhaps slavery might not have been a chapter in our history. >> what a dumb, dumb nut. joy, you got to start on this. this is not only a nut, but a dumb nut. slaves didn't come to america as citizens. they came in shackles -- >> as property. >> in the bottom of a ship. they're lucky to be alive if they got here. the idea they would be armed by anyone -- you take it on. he's obviously patronizing, trying to act like he cares about the fate of black people. who would believe this malarkey? >> and, chris, why is it every time the far right decides to make an argument that is insane, they jump on the civil rights movement or slavery and try to latch their argument onto the history -
in particular? >> here is cnn is unstable so it's more political. let me stand back. moe is. other than the 15 to 30 people who may be dangerous, everyone agrees is other people are nothing. even if they thought it didn't just in afghanistan for 12 years they really not dangerous people. they basically not being people. so this series that yemen is unstable, that one of these people get out, republicans in congress would give them. one of the reasons some of these people could be released in the united states congress for a guy around and say their dangerous. don't let him near our children. people instead everyone admits error in the same, the uighurs. congress won't let uighurs into the united states. yemen is unstable. we don't want people in the united states. if you don't take the men, why should we take the name? it's a stepping stone. >> five years ago, when more people cared and kind of percolated through globally and domestically that something is deeply wrong and there is criticism, president bush was releasing prisoners. the questions we have now starting from a point of view seems
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